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3 Things You Should Know Going Into MARSOC Selection

3 Things You Should Know Going Into MARSOC Selection

So here I am with the ability and audacity to Monday morning Quarterback the shit out of my accomplishments from the past. This by no means is a must do-or-fail list, this is merely a generalized compilation of things I have reflected upon post A&S of which I personally deem fitting for review and attention to those with the aspirations of becoming a Marine Raider. Now although there are many factors and components that comprise a fitting candidate for selection I for one deem the following to be of the utmost skillsets to refine.

5 Things That Every Aspiring Marine Needs To Know

5 Things That Every Aspiring Marine Needs To Know

I get a lot of questions from young men and women about what they should do about joining the Military. Most of which is about are about joining Special Operations or how to become a Marine Raider. So here are my top 5 "Tips" that every young man or women need to know. 

My Holy F@*king S**t Weekend at The Arnold

My Holy F@*king S**t Weekend at The Arnold

This is when I should have known things were going to go sideways for this trip! I found a place that in my budge and was available. Also! It was only a few short blocks from the Arnold Sports Festival. The lady immediately hit me back and said "Hey, just wanted to let you know that this house is located in a less than desirable neighborhood."

Journey to the Top

Journey to the Top

This past summer I summited Mount Rainier. I set a goal and I spent mounths preparing.

 It was an amazing experience and I'm stoked to be able to share our journey to the top of Mount Rainier with you. This is a four part series of my Journey to the Top!

Everything You Need to Climb a Mountain

Everything You Need to Climb a Mountain

SO YOU WANT TO CLIMB MT RAINIER?

Mount Rainier is a unique mountain within the contiguous United States. No other mountain is as extensively glaciated or has as much prominence. The scale and character of Mt. Rainier is more akin to an Alaskan or Andean peak. The highest trailhead requires the climber to gain 9,000 feet of elevation to reach the summit, as much as from Everest ABC to its summit.